PooPrints Property Resources
As the pioneers and leaders in the DNA dog waste industry, we have a wheelhouse of information that will lead you and your property team to success. We have assisted in rolling out to over 4000 apartments, condominiums associations, home owner associations, and government municipalities. Here are some templates, best practices, forms, and resources that will help get PooPrints up and running.
Rollout instructions for staff
Easy, effective, efficient is the PooPrints moto to help your staff onboard our DNA pet waste solutions. The PooPrints rollout form gives you a step by step guide for best practices.
Resident announcement letters
Yes, that is correct! We offer you templates that you simply customize. This allows you to email or hand deliver letters to your residents letting them know about the PooPrints DNA program and how it will be implemented at your property or apartment complex.
Apartment pet lease addenda
We understand that with PooPrints might come changes in your pet lease. Our PooPrints apartment pet lease addenda give you a guideline and examples as to how best add the DNA program to your lease and how to best create the verbiage needed for your residents. This is not legal advice or resolution but just a suggestion based on our experience with other apartments and communities.
HOA and COA resolutions
Much like pet let lease addenda for apartments we have suggestions on how to best form a home owners association (HOA) or condominium owners association (COA) resolution to fit your current association agreement. This is not legal advice or resolution but just a suggestion based on our experience with other apartments and communities.
Effective Date Announcement
After announcing to your residents and all plans are in place you need to announce the effective date of the PooPrints program. This customizable document allows you to create awareness for your residents.
The PooPrints training team will of course set up webinar training and help through the entire onboarding process, but these resource documents give further detail for you and your team on how to register each dog on the property.